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"At the la8t it biteth like a serpe
HILE it cannot be said tt
from intoxicating liquors
Genesis to Revelation it
its debauching effects as
We think probaUly that the climath
and the nerve tension of our day i
grievous at this time. These facts
Jesus and the Apostles should we I
abstinence as respects all alcoholic
tions require to be specially met.
As, for instance, while Adam's
did intermarry, nothing of the kind
now because the great depravity o:
faced our natures along certain lin4
cousins to marry is dangerous as r
other words, circumstances alter c
centuries undoubtedly great change
and the wisest and noblest of hum
day, at least, alcoholic beverages ar
They are dangerous for the strong v
tations to the weak, who should h:
the bearing of their burdens of hen
d sin which directly and indirectl:
should make all good people stand ii
position to it. In this we are not coi
ticipate in the stream of crime, ai
amongst those who manufacture an,
well as amongst those who own stoc
noble minds, who would rather do
reasoning which we do not fully c<
off their own shoulders upon the sh<
ters of the human family. Unque4
traffic. As the.Apostle declares. "TL
In today's Study Solomon the Wi
redness of eyes; woe; sorrow; conte
not thou upon the wine when it is r
down smoothly. At last it biteth il
It would appear that there is a char
stimulants which gradually wastes t
of will. The wise man associates i
twin-sister, fleshly desire and gener
behold strange women and thy hear
"Thou' shalt be as he that lieth doi
wreckage) and as be that lieth on I
destruction. He describes the condi
They are unconscious of Injury and
unconsciousness, so that, upon recovo
seek the stimulation again. Thus ar
ing habit gradually forged and mant
pects, not to mention heavenly hopet
It Is written In the Scriptures.
e_f heaven"-no drunkard, therefore.
Christ. the elect Church. Thank G<
perdition, but it does signify great
that, having once been a drunkard
condition, the individual would be a
that only "overcomers" are promise
Kingdom. He who loses the maste
drunkard is certainly not an bvercon
he' hip- with Christ The Presiden1
w*gsentiment: "To a man who
who, must have at his command the
would, with all the emphasis that
alone-absolutely.' He who drinks
advancement. Personally I refuse t<
When Mr. Taft expressed this he
not disqualify himself for advance
Frederick D. Grant, an outspoken to.
curse of Christendom, because prac1
result of It. Ninety-five per cent-]
acts of lawlessness In the Army is d
other form. Whoever beard of a sal
Slave Traffic.' or a house of infamy
men that General Grant does not dri
years-because he is afrai<i to drink it.
N EWS OF BACHMAN CHAPEL.
Farmers About Through Planting
Rev. J. D. Kinard Takes Charge.
Good Road Work.
Slighis, May .-The weather he
undergone quite a change during tb
past week or t.wo and instead of thos
chilly wintry days we now have tt
kind we have been in need of. Wit
.a good soaking rain and a continm
ance of warm weather now we thin
the crop that is coming up wou]
soon do se. Cotton that was plan
ei before the last rain is a very pot
stand and we have heard of son
being planted over. The oats crop
very poor, but as good as we cou]
expect considering the seasons.
The earliest planting of corn:
looking very nice.
The chaingang which has recent)
mnoved away from this section mad
some good roads while in this sectio>
We now have as good roads as thei
are any where around that we has
seen and we thank the supervisor fc
remembering us with his chaingani
With a little work on them occasioi
ally we can continue to keep goc
roads for awhile. Nothing improvE
the appearance of a community mox
than to keep their roads in goo
The farmers are about throug
planting and some will have a fe'
days vacation. Several of our neigi
bor boys have gone to the river I
"try their luck."
Rev. Jas. D. Kinard began his wor
in the Colony, Beth Eden and S
James charge recently, and wi
preach at Colony on every second an
fourth Sunday morningg at 11 o'cloc1
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Rev. Kinard preached an excellei
sermon at Colony on the fourth Sui
day in last month to a large congr
gation who all gave him their be:
attention and seemed to enjoy it ve
We have been requested to a2
IN ATL TEINGS.
t and stingeth like an adder."-V. 32.
at the Bible commands total abstinence
, it can be said that everywhere fron
reprobates drunkenness and points us t(
injurious both physically and spiritually
conditions of the centers of civilizatior
nake the evils of intemperance speciall1
would fully justify us as followers oJ
;o beyond them in urging absolute tota:
liquors. Special enfrgencies and condi
children being nearly perfect cou!d and
would be wise or in any sense justifiabli
our race through heredity has so pre
!s of our weaknesses that even for tw(
spects the sanity of their posterity. Ir
ses. In the Interim of nearly nineteer
s have taken plaee along certain lines
Rnity are practically agreed that in oui
? extremely unwise, extremely Injurious,
f character, and awful, irresistible temp
ive the encouragement of the strong it
ditary weakness. The amount of criim
- are traceable to the influence of alcohol
i awe of it and use their influence in op
idemning all those who more or less par
id sin produced by alcohol. Doubtlesv
I dispense these beverages there are, a
k in distilleries and breweries, persons o
good than do evil. By some process ol
mprehend they throw the responsibil3t
)ulders of their weaker brethren and sis
tionably money is at the bottom of the
e love of money is the root of all evil."
se gives us the picture of the drunkard
ntious; complaining. He adtises, "Look
ed and giveth color to the cup and goett
:e a serpent and stingeth like an adder.'
:n or enticement connected with alcoholic
e strong and quickly enthralls the weak
be demoniacal power of liquor with its
l immorality. saying. "Thine eyes shall
t shall utter perverse things." He adds,
in in the midst of the sea (like fl'oating
op of the mast"-iu imminent danger ol
tion of those who become beastly drunk
seem to have their chiefest pleasure it
ring from one debauch. their desire is tC
? the chains of slavery to a most degrad
ood gradually enslaved and earthly pros
, go glimmering
'No-drunkard shall inherit the Kingdo=
man hope to be n member of 'the Body ol
)d. this no longer means to us his uttei
loss. We are never to fcrget. however,
and having turned from that deptorabe
tdrunkard no longer. Let us remember
d a share in his Millennial Throne and
ry of his flesh to the extent of- being a
er and not at that time in line for joint
of the. United States expressed the fol
is actively engaged in reasonable work,
best that is in him, at its best-to him
possess. advisc' and urge. 'Leave drink
is deliberately disqualifying himself fot
take such a risk. I do not drink."
was Secretary of War and evidently did
ment by his total abstinence. General
a1 abstainer, said: "Drink is the greatest
ically all crime and all disaster are the
will- make it no less-of desertion and
u to drink. Vice is simply drink in an
oon completely divo-ed from the 'WVhite~
without a bar? Yta 2ay tell the young
nk a drop of lique.r-has not for eighteen
nounce that several of the members c
Colony have already voluntarily of
- fered to furnish Rev. Kinard ha]
cord of wood,- each and any one els<
Idesiring to do so it will be appreciate<
by him vepy much and won't be
s very great sacrifice to any one t<
e Miss Essie Wilson is spending sev
e eral days of this week with her sister
h Mrs. W. W. Kinard, of near Pros
k Mrs. J. K. Epps and daughter, Mis;
d Alice, spent last Monday night at thi
- home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rikard
r of Long Lane.
e Mrs. J. M. Wilson is spending
s while with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
d A. M. Dominick, of near Colony.~
Mr. Clarence Glenn, of Long Lane
is visited at the home of Mr.. and Mrs
T. J. Wilson last Saturday night an<
e Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schumpert's bab:
. has been very sick for a while but il
e improving now.
e We are looking forward to see th<
r great comet on the 18th of this month
.We have heard a great many differen
- descriptions of it but we hope the:
d all are not correct for if so we wil
s be in danger. It will pay all wh<
e want to ever see one to watch fol
d this one as we feel sure that the:
won't have the opportunity of seeing
~V The gardens are suffering greati:
- from the need of rain and warn
o weather. The indications are more
favorable now than they have beeft 1
k a good while for rain and we. hopi
L soon to have a good season.
11 We don't hear any thing much abou
d politics these days. Well, there's timi
C. enough yet and really it doesn't pa:
to talk so much some times any way
it We were glad to see where anothe:
e W. 0. W. camp had been organize<
Sin Newberry with so good a begin
a ning. When the people become bette:
-y acquainted with this secret order the:
will join more rapidly we think. W1
-. have a strong lodge at Pomaria whici
REPORT OF TH
the Close of Busi:
Condensed from Report
. . $418,493.48
. . 3,116.93
. . 9,750.00
d Unsecured 9,592.61
i Banks . 48,293.92
The Bank That Alw,
40 Paid on Sa
DR. 0. B.
Best for burns, scalds, fever sores,
cuts, bruises and piles. 25c. at W.
E. Pelham & Son's.
An ekamination for teachers' certi
ficates will be held in the office of
coutity superintendent of education
on Friday, May 6th, 1910. The ex
ainination will begin promptly at 9
o'clock a. m.
Applicants to furnish all statiton
ery. J.' S. Wheeler,
County Supt. of Education.
NEWBERRY UNION ,STATION.
Arrival and Departmre of Passenge7
Trains-Effective 12.01 A. K.
Sunday January 2, 1910.
No. 15 for Greenville.. .. 8:51 a. m.
No. 18 for Columbia. .10.58 a. m.
No.U1forQGreenville.. .. .2.48 p. m
No. 16 for Columbia......8.59 p. m.
C., N. & L. Railway.
No. 22 for Columbia.. .. S.47 a. m
No. 52 for Greenville.. ;..12.56 p. m.i
N-. 53 for CoThumbia.. . .3.20 p. mn
No. 21 for Laurens.9,,.7.25 p. n,
*Does not run on Sunday.
This time table shows the times
t which trains, may be expected to)
depart from this station, but their
dfepartuIe is not guaranteed and the
time shown is sub,iet to change with
G. L. Ro'oiuson,
Carolina Cotton School
17 East Trade St, Charlotte N. C.
WANTED men to increa.-e their earn
ings by learning the cotton business in
our saniple rooms, under an expert cot
We teach grading, averaging, shup
ping, buying andl selliug cotton.
American and iverpj .01 classih -ationl.
Great demnand in the cotton; ben fnr men
ho understand the co,ttou hu~siness.
We guarantee to Leern a!:yone with
ordinary eyesight in 30 da~ys. Now is
the time to enter to make good con
tracts the coming season. Write for
terms and end(orsemnents of former stu
The splendid work of Chamber
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daily coming to light. No such grand
remedy for liver and bowel troubles
was ever known before. Thousands
bless them for curing constipation,
sick headache, biliousness, jaundice
nd indigestion. Sold by W. E. Pel
ham & Son.
o One in Newberry Who Has a Bad
Back Can Ignore This Dlouble
Does vour back ever ache ?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Bakache is kidney ache,
With it comes dizzy spells,
Sleepless nights, tired dull days,
Distressing urinary disorders.
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You have read Newberry proof.
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by far the cheapest insurance and
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to grow is our wish. Son.
Now is the time to subscribe to
The Herald and News.
Relating to the Having, Reeping and
Storing of Intoxicating Liquors In
the Town of Newberry, South
Be it ordained by the mayor and ald
ermen of the town of Newberry,
South Carolina, in council assem
Section 1. That it shall be unlawful
for any person, persons, partnership,
tirm, corporation, club, order, society,
association, or organization, oray
person ur persons, either for himself,'
or themselves, or as officer, manag er,
trustee, agent or employee of a,iy
poi son, persons, partnership, firn
corporation, club, order, associatsoL.
or organization, or otherwise, to have,
keep or store at any place within the
incorpoAtte limits of the town of N"ew-.
be.rry, soudh Caroli?ia, except for the
own p)ersonal use of the personi so
having, 1: eeping, or storing, any in
toxicating liquors, or any preparation,
fmixture or compound containing al.
cohol and which is used as a beverage.
fSec. 2. That it' shall be unla,vful
for any person or persons to have,
keep, or store, at or in any room, hal
house, building, or' other place, con
trolled, maintained, conducted, man
aged, or occupied by any club, order,
society, association, or organizatioPn
or corporation, organized, for'med or
chartered for religious, charitable,
benevolent, fraternal, literary or so
jcial purposes, in the town of Newber
Iry, South Carolina, for the use of the
said person or for the use of any oth
er person, any intoxicating liquors,
or any mixture, compound or prep
aration containing alcohol and which
is used as a beverage.
Sec. 3. That any person violating
this ordfiance, or any section or pro-!
vision thereof,; shall, upon conviction,
be sentenced to pay a fine of not less
than $25 or more than $100, or to be
imprisoned in the town guardhouse
for a period of not less than twentyI
days or more than thirty days, or to
labor upon the public works and!
streets of the town for a. period of not
less than twenty days or more than'
Sec. 4. That this ordinance shall
take effect, and be of force, on and
after t,he first day of ,June, A. D.
Done and ratified under the cor
porate seal,.of the town of Newberry,
South Carolina, on the 3rd day of
May, A. D. 1910.
iiCole L. Blease, (L. S.)
J. R. Scurry,
C. & T. T. C. of Newberry, S. C.
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E CONDITION OF
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ness March 24, 191C
to State Bank Examiner.
Capital . . .
Surplus . .
Cashier's Che::ks .
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Black Pays the
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the South. All pass through Richmond
go out on next train. Shipments made
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All goods guaranteed under Pure Foo
Inperial Holland Gi
4 Quarts $4.oo. 8 Quarts $7
Red Deer Corn 3.00
Red Deer Gin 3.00
IBelle Haven Rye 3 00
Sydnor XXXX Rye 4 Qts. $2.60.
Sydnor XXXX Corn 4 Qts. $2.60.
Sydnor XXXX Gin 4 Qt.3. $2.60.
Old Capitol Rye $5-75
Fern "nring Rye 4-5c
John Black's Private S. 4.00
I. E. Goff AAAA Rye 3-50
Goff's AAAA Rye 24 Pts. $9.
Bell Haven Rye 24 Pts. 9.
Red Deer Corn 24 Pts. 9
Red Deer Gin i24 Pts. 9.
Sydnor XXXX Rye 24 Pts. 7.
Sydnor XXXX Corn 24 Pts. 7.
Sydnor XXXX Gin -24 Pts. 7
In Bulk. 1 gal. 2 g
AA Rye $2.50 $4
~AAA Rye 3-50 6
Straight 8 Yrs. Old Rye .5. . 1
AA Corn 2-50 '4
AAA Corn 3 50 6.
AA Giu 2-50 4.
AAA Gin 3 50 6.
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berry, S. C., says: "Several years itiom
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some time my kidneys were disorder
ed and I suffered a great deal from
pains across the small of my back. J0
The kidney secretions containe'd sed- brok
iment, were unnatural and so fre- inco>
quent in passage as to oblige me to med
arise several times at night. I tried Chol
many remedies, but obtained no ben- jdiari
efit until I used Doan's Kidney Pills, plaji
procured at W. E. Pelham & Son'ss s
Drug Sr. In a short time my back Sold
ine rea::h nearly every point in
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hn D. Rockefeller would go
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